The ULTIMATE ‘Humma Song’ Choreography For You & Your BFF!
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Two beautiful girls dancing on a very popular song ‘humma humma’ that was a really hit song of his time, the dancing steps of the girl are great, she dance as a professional. Finishing on step is very good. This song is included in the Bombay in 1995 India Tamil film. The singers of the songs are A. R. Rahman, Suresh Peters & Swarnalatha, and the lenth of the song is 5:10. Let we share some information about Bombay.
Bombay is the soundtrack to the 1995 Indian Tamil film of the same name, directed by Mani Ratnam and starring Arvind Swamy and Manisha Koirala in lead roles. The soundtrack album includes eight tracks composed by A. R. Rahman and was released in 1995 by Pyramid.The soundtrack was released in multiple languages. The lyrics for the Tamil version were written by Vairamuthu, except for the song “Halla Gulla”, which was written by Vaali. The lyrics for the Hindi version and Telugu version were penned by Mehboob and Veturi Sundararama Murthy respectively.
After its release, Bombay was a large critical and commercial success. It became the largest selling Indian album of all time, with unprecedented sales of 12 million records.The soundtrack was included in The Guardian’s “1000 Albums to Hear Before You Die” list,and the song “Kannalanae/kannanule/Kehna Hi Kya”, was included in their “1000 Songs Everyone Must Hear” list. The Humma song has been reused by Tanishk Bagchi & Badshah as dedication to the composer in Mani Ratnam’s creation OK Jaanu story, screenplay & produced himself but direction credited to his farmer associate Shaad Ali.
Since its release, the soundtrack for Bombay has been influential, both nationally and internationally. The soundtrack also found success across India in its dubbed Hindi and Telugu versions. In 2007, the soundtrack was included in The Guardian’s “1000 Albums to Hear Before You Die” list, and the Hindi version of the song “Kannalane”, titled “Kehna Hi Kya”, was included in their “1000 Songs Everyone Must Hear” list in 2009. The Hindi version of the song was also sampled by Ciara for her 2009 song “Turntables”, featuring Chris Brown.